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Additional Social Media

Instagram

• Online photo-sharing and social networking site

• Allows users to post and edit pictures and share them on a

variety of social networks



Pinterest

• Pinboard-style photo-sharing website

• Allows users to create and manage theme-based image

collections



LinkedIn



• Used by marketers to connect to customers with specific

interests that may be related to their brand

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Podcasting, RSS, and Blogs

Podcasting

• Uses the Internet to distribute audio/video files



Really Simple Syndication (RSS)

• Specification that uses XML to organize and format

web-based content in a standard way



Blog

• Web-based publication consisting primarily of periodic

articles

• Presented in reverse chronological order

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Other 2.0 Media Forms

 Augmented reality apps

 QR codes: Barcodes used in print ads

 Near field communication (NFC) 

 Delivers content through an embedded chip that 

allows wireless communications just by touching the 

material

 copy of a real world environment whose elements are  

augmented (supplemented) by computer sensory input 

QR codes add after ads that when scanned provide 

additional content or take scanner to website; take out 

print (appear in other places as well)

 may replace QR codes”



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Sales Promotion on the Internet

Websites

Social media

Other forms of digital media



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Public Relations and Direct Marketing 

on the Internet

 Websites

 Provide information about a company, its 

philanthropic activities, and annual reports 



 Internet based direct­marketing tools

 E­mails and infomercials



 E­commerce

 Used in direct marketing



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Mobile

 Has significant impact on companies’ IMC 

programs

 Rapid growth and adoption by consumers is 

making marketers realise their potential in a 

marketing context 



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Figure 15.7 ­ Example Internet Metrics



Source: IAB.net



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Advantages and Disadvantages of the 

Internet, Digital and Social Media

Advantages

 Target marketing

 Message tailoring

 Interactive capabilities

 Information access

 Sales potential

 Creativity

 Exposure

 Speed

 Complement to IMC



Disadvantages

 Measurement problems

 Clutter

 Potential for deception

 Lack of privacy

 Irritation



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